Lovin’ Spring Break and Links

Spring Break is pretty cool this year – it lasts for more than a week. The different holidays spread out this year so it makes the holiday a little longer than usual.  I’m not complaining!

We’ve been catching up with friends and family all week.  Of course it’s also a time to reflect on family and life during the holiday.  On top of that we’ve been trying to take care of things that need doing around the house.  Vacations like this end up being busy.  But it’s been good and it will be a bit sad to see out oldest and my wife head back to school.  Only a few more months until the Summer though!

I hope your holiday (be it Passover or Easter) has been great!

Here are some great articles to check out:

Outlaw Finance | How to Pay for College Without Going Broke
Stoopid Success | Our $300 Contest/Giveaway is live!!!!m
Green Panda Treehouse | Frugal Vacations: Campsites vs Hotels
Squirrelers | 6 Ways to Protect your Kids Financially
Budgeting In the Fun Stuff | What Motivates You to be Financially Responsible?
The Wealth Artisan | America’s Cheapest Family
Consumerism Commentary | Moving Back With The ‘Rents to Take Care of My Finances
FamilyMoneyValues | How to raise a millionaire – developing your child’s entrepreneurial aptitude
The Saved Quarter | Dental Work for Less
My Personal Finance Journey | Is It Good To Give Your Children An Allowance?
Not Made of Money | Saving For Your Child’s College Education and 529 Plans
CNN | Parents, don’t dress your girls like tramps

And the carnivals Parenting Family Money took part in:

Canadian Finance Carnival #32 – Canadian Finance Blog
Festival Of Frugality – Passover Edition
Totally Money Carnival: Tax Day Edition
Carnival of Wealth #34 – Apr 17 2010 Edition — Personal Dividends – Money+Lifestyle

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About Glen

Glen is married and the father to four children that he spends the day chasing as a stay-at-home-dad. He took an interest in personal finance when he realized most of his paycheck was going toward credit card bills. Since then he's eliminated his credit card debt and started on a journey towards financial freedom.

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